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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

BASEBALL MAGNATES STILL IN SESSION AT NEW YORK DUNN Hi BARROW ARE MAKING A HARD FIGHT j ? I Efforts Being Made to Reduce Inter national I/eague Circuit to One of Six Clubs. pEVKRY A STUMBLING BLOCK Asks Too Much for Ills Jersey City Holdings, "Which Serves to Tie Up Transfer of Orioles to This City. Decision Likely To-Day. W. B. Bradley, of Richmond; Jack Dunn, of Baltimore, and President Bar row, of the International Baseball League, are working: hard to land the Baltimore franchise for Richmond. The matter of transfer is now under consideration by the National Commis sion, and the league session has been prolonged in order to have the matter strr.ifihtened out. 4 Tl\ere has been made an efTort by several partlos to have the Interna tional circuit reduced to bIx . clubs, eliminating Baltimore und Jersey City, and this phase of tne question Is being bitterly fought by the three parties in terested In the transfer of the Orioles to Richmond. Dunn Will *?nt Up n I-Mght. Manager-Owner ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

Experts Speak on Store Management and Education of Sell ing Force. : MUST BETTER CONDITIONS Problem Is Social as Well as of Busi ness Character?Speakers Tell of Work of School of Salesmanship. Many Merchants Attend. ? Topics related to Industrial ef|uca" tlon and tho need of such a training for children und those who are about to enter upon a business career were discussed at length In the held in the afternoon by the National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. Tho meetings were^well at tended by representatives ?f the mer can tile and business Interests In the .city and by many educutorH at large, Hoveru! hundred of whom have come to hear the noted, speakers. In Introducing the speakersi in the afternoon. Mr. Cory said that the one price system has come to stay, together with a liberal policy as and the muking good of deficiencies ''""All'lhls has changed the "Plf't ?nd character of the selling orK?JLfnVhe The day Is rapidly passIns; ^h?Vronl sales person endowed wi...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

jRidimmtii ?me?-fH$ipald) THCB TIMRS, Poandrd jrhs TlfB DISPATCH. Founded lrt.10 * i * j , i . . 1 i .. Pobll?lird ?TM7 day In lh? year by The Tlmrn ptmpmteh rahlUblnc Company. luc. Addrenn nil r?nilBUiilc?(loai to THB TIMES-OISPATI II, irine?-Oi*t>?(ch Uulldlaa. 10 South Tenth Street. JtUckn>n?d. V?u riSLBPHU.VK, IlA.VDOL.Pfl 1 Publication Office 10 South Tenth Strr.-t ftpoth Richmond 102tt Hull Street f'eternburv 1(M) North Sjeatnvrr Street ' ' * "hburv 3il8 ICiiflitU Street HASBItOOK. STOHV A. IIHOOKS, INC.. *|)erlal .**"~rtl?|u* IleprcweDtntlvc*. New Vork. ..... ZIXl fifth Avenue Philadelphia.. Mutuni l,Jfe Building Chicago. . .. , .People's Gan UulidluK SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY M All, One Six Three One POSTAGE PAID Vear. Mob. Mob. Mo. Daily and SunOa) $0.Uil 93.00 ei.M) S pally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 . Jfl Sunday obit s no 1.00 50 .1:5 Hy Tlmea-0?*patch Carrier Delivery Service In Richmond land guliurlwl and Petersburg! Dnllj . tb Sunday, one lreek. 15 cent* Daily tviihout Sund...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

Sh-SOCIETY Personal Notes SECRETARY AND MRS. BRYAN ENTERTAINED AT DINNER Several Gwert* Invited <o Meet Them ?t Home of Mr, and Mrs. John Skelton Williams. The Secretary of Stat?, William Jen nings Bryan, and Mrs. Bryan, who ar rived from Washington yesterday af ternoon, are the gueate of Comptroller of tho Currency, John Skelton Wil liams, and Mrs. Williams at their hand spmo coufitry estate on the Cary Street Road for a brief stay Mr. and Mr6. Williams gave a small dinner at their home last evening in honor of their distinguished guests Just prior to Mr. Bryan's speech at the City Audito rium and those Invited to meet them Included Henry Carter Stuart, Gover nor of Virginia; the night Rev. D. J. O'Connell, Bishop of Richmond; Dr. and Mm George Ben Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bemiss, Rev. W. Rus ?ell Bowie. D. D., rector of St. Paul's Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry L,an <Ion Cabell. The table was decorated in polnsettlas. Mr. and Mrs- Bryan expect to leave Richmond to-day fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

S BELIEVE MUD CULT' IIIIS POLICE RECORD EJ," Other Cities Notified Thnt Hs Is Under Arrest In Rich mond. M'MAHON TKLLS OF LONG CHASE Clairvoyant Brought Hack From Bal timore on Charge of Defrauding William !?:. Kalin Out of $1,000 in 1008. Tho "inside" operations of 'he local Police Department in causing the ar rest of Roland Gait, alias Professor Blair, alias A. J. Morris, alias E. J. Stanley, wen last night laid bare by Captain ?>f Detectives McMahon after the man hail been turned over to the City Sergeant by Justice Crutchfleld to be held pending: his arraignment in the Hustings Court. Gait is under in dictment for the theft of $1,000 from "William K. Kahu, of South Richmond, In 190S. He was arrested In Baltimore and brought back to this city by De tective Sergeant Kellani, of the head quarters' force. Kahn alleges that he was fleeced of his $1,003 by Gait, who in 1 008 was operating In Richmond as Professor Blair, a fortune teller. Kahn went to him for advice as to the best m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

FINDS HIS OLD fHIEND IT MSB WOOD / City CVrannllmim Doubts Accounts of Unemployment and Makes * Investigation. v HE IS QUICKLY CONVINCED Thought Situation Had Been Exag gerated; Now Says It Has Not Been Polly/Told?Prompt Help Needed to Prevent- Suffering. *? C. 12 10 no Ooih 50 K. h. M sa oo Millwood 5 OO Cash 20 OO Iteeeived December 8 9 OO SO Previously acknowledged 170 50 Total received $240 00 Out of noarly^a ecoro of applicants for work who presented themselves at tho central ofllco of the Associated Charities yesterday eleven were writ ten Into the records and filed. and Im mediate attention was given to all, for an much as they needed work they needed food and clothing more. The length of time these men had been out of employment ranged from more than six weeks to one. Anions them were numbered engineers, machinists, painters and day laborors, and several of them had been out of work so long tlioy had no more at home to cat and no hope of getting anything except through the A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

ATTENTION DIRECTED TO LOW-FHD ISSUES Optimism Is Finding Expression In Accumulation of Huy* ing Orders. BIG TRANSACTIONS IN BONDS New High Record Made, $1,850,000 Changing Hands?Bond Brokers Report Widening Interest In Semi Investment Issues. BY BKOADAX WAM.. NEW YORK, Decembor 9.?Optimism la finding expression In an accumulation of buying orders. Attention having been di rected t6 the low-priced Issues by the an- j nouncemcnt that unrestricted trading would | be permitted In stocks selling at $16 or [ letfc. Interest Is focused on such Issues ns j Rock Island common. selling at about 1V4. the preferred around 3; Corn Products com mon. between S and 3; Missouri Pacific at J: Inter-Metroplltan common about 13. and Union Bag and Paper about J. ns lllcely vehicles with n minimum of risk for specu latlve ventures. The prices nre sufficiently low to enable buyers to purchase outright and assume full ownership, the only ?afo way to trade !n stocks nt any time. Odd lot dealers hnve been Ri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

jRidltnsotiii fcHBi&atrij eiX-rf-FOOHTH YEAR i : ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. TRLBPHONB YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH RANDOLPH 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. RATES. DAILY, one cent & word when paid In ad vance. No a<l. taken for less than 10 cents. SUNDAY, one and one-half cents a word for alt classified adi. excopt Situations Wanted at one cent a word. No ad. taken for Ifcss than 15 cento. S'O ADS. taken for less than 23 cents when charged or phoned In. Phoned orders not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed after ?:?0 P. M. LOST AND FOUND U3ST, a black, white and tan female setter. Any Information received will ie rewarded. Louis Waeher, 3908 Wll lamsburg Avenue. City. POUND?Pocketbook containing' email sum of money. Owner may have ?amo by properly describing and pay ing for thlB ad. F. C. Caswell, 4 North renth Street. KOUND?Handsome fomale bird dog. ^ Send^descrlption to Tltr.cs-DlBpatch. LiOST, black and white speckled puppy, ab...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 10 December 1914

IB LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS Ab?at dUUutljr I??BlaU?> (klsga i I that women uaal tu know?? ?vtry day <a ? THE TIMES-DISPATCH > *?' ? ? ? ? ! 1 ? ? - 1 1 ' " ?" ?" ? 1 ?- ' ' 1 ?? RICHMOND THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914. AUTHENTIC DRESS STYLES For nornm art ckarmlnglr , Illustrated daily op the llouae-, hold Pace of Tlftfe TIMES-DISf ATCH When all is said and done, what is more useful and practical for gift-making than Hand kerchiefs? And yet what really good gift can cost so little? Ofttimes, some really costly gift is made, when a few nice HANDKERCHIEFS would have been considered by the recip ient as "better chosen." It's a good point to keep in mind when seeking that which is sure of appreciation. HANDKERCHIEFS BY THE THOUSANDS! Wo are more than well prepared to fill your Handker chief wants. Practically everything that's desirable is HERE, comprising an unlimited variety of produc tions?both foreign and domestic. HANDKERCHIEFS BOXED FREE! The assort ment of Women's and Children...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

FOR SOCIETY NEWS 12 SHOPPING DAYS Arf all (hat remain before Chrlatmaa. Help other* and ? yournelf by buying Knrlj. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Of city and Ntate the beat medium In all Virginia la fHE TIMES-DISPATCH NUMBER 19,926. 64th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914 PRICE 2 CENTS. TWELVE PAGE8 CLOUDY TO-DAY'S ^?KATHER CHURCHES SEND MESSENGERS OE PEACE TO JAPAN i President Mathews and Dr. j Gulick Are Appointed to Bear Greetings. HAVE CONFERENCE WITH PRESIDENT WILSON Representatives of Conference in Session Here Meet Secretary Bryan and Japanese Minister. VIKW NAVY WITH SUSPICION Keport Says nn>* Startling but Trivial Event Might Have Deplora ble (.'ouHequenceH. The Federal Council of tho Churches of Christ In America, meotliiK yester day afternoon In the auditorium of the Central You lit; Men's Christian Asaocla-' tlon BulldliiK, by a rising vote, unani mously adopted a resolution extending to the Christian churches In Europe the sympathy of tho council. The morn ing sessio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

French Continue to Wla\e Slow Progress in the West have mad? their capture more difficult. King George to-day sent a message ot congratulation to Admiral Sturdce and the men of his squadron for the victory they won over the Germans. Genornl Sir John French, command ing: the British expeditionary forces in Franco and Belgium, also sent a mos s.igo to the victorious commander on the sea. His message reads: "I congratulate you and tjve admi ralty on having practically swept the sea clear of the enemy's ships." M. Augagneur, French Minister of Marine, telegraphed to Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, congratulating the navy. The Nurnberg carried a crew of 323 men, and, as far as is known, none of the crew escaped. This brings the total loss of life among the Germans to betweon 2,000 and 2,400 men. Tho Nurnborg was built at Kiel, and went into commission in 190f>. She had a length of 388.2 feet on tho water lino, was 43.6 broad, and her mean draft was 15.8 feet. Her displ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

Accused of Violating Street-Cleaning Ordinance by Throwing Trn?h ( 1 in Street. POLICE MAKE MANY REPOllTS Campaign for ^Healthy City Free From Unnecessary Dirt Is Prose cuted Vigorously, Except in Woutli side, Where No Reports Are Made. Tho police yesterday reported the Medical College of Virginia for failure I to comply with the street cleaning or dinances and representatives of tho In stitution will he summoned to court. A number of Individuals ami firms were 1 also reported yesterday .'by tho police, who continue to make dally surveys of , tho city In an effort to make Richmond 'clean anil healthy. | Reports at the First I'reclnc.t Station last night were as follows: 11. A. I)er j vishianin, 701 Fast Clay Street; H. J. Ashton, i>0r, East Marshall Street; i Henry Times, 712 North Ninth Street; 1 Mrs. A. M. Boyle, 7K, North Ninth Street; J3. Strumar, 7<>'J North Ninth Street; D. Klder, G2? North Tenth Street; 11. W. Hulley, 017 North Ninth Street; W. J. HOrko, tilft North ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

NATIONAL LEAGUE MAGNATES END FRUITLESS SESSION NO TON OH TRANSFER OF BALTIMORE FHCHISE Bradley, Dunn and Barrow Still | Working Hard for Richmond. May Settle Matter To-Day. RULING BODY FAVORS PLAN National Commission Places Stamp ] of Approval on Project?No Inter national League Club Has Signed ] Manager for Next Year. Tho nothing doing' sign is still hand ing out at tho lntcrnatioimi Leaguo headquarters at the Imperial Hotel, New York, at least this is tho informa ' tion conveyed in the telegrams sent out by tho News service of Tho Times Dispatch. Bradley, Dunn and Barrow are still fighting to have the Baltlmoro club transferred to this city, and aro like ly to succeed, but It will only bo after n hard struggle. The owners of tho Jersey City club .aro holding up tho deal by asking conslderabie more than the Syracuse promoters are willing to pay for the outflt. National Commission Favorable. At a meeting yesterday, the report of tho National Commission was taken up and discussed. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

I I I .'."M1 Ban Johnson- Leaves for Washington 'to Confer With President Minor on Walter Johnson Case. JOHN KVEIIS SERIOUSLY ILL Braves' Captain at Hotel Somerset j Suffering With Pneumonia?Can not Be Moved to Hospital-?Ward Heady to Heturn Marquard. NEW YORK, December 10.?The sale \ of tho New York Y&nkoes to Jacob | Ruppert, Jr., and Captain TUllnghast ] Munton Is still In the air. ban John- i son, who In the prime mover In tho, dfcal, left to-day for Washington, whore \ ho will UIhcubh with Ned Minor, presi dent of the Senators, tho proposition pf prosecuting tho Federal League own- J trs for signing Walter Johnson. Han j is expectcd to go from Washington to French Lick, for a conference with Ruppert. Captain Huston said to-day > the deal had not progressed any in the ! last twenty-four hours, lie added that ? all wore hopeful of results in a few d?ys. John Evers, captain of tho Boston Braves, Is dangerously 111 in the Iiotel ?Somerset here. Early to-day his Ill ness was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

TOT T1MB8. Pounded.... THE DISPATCH, Founded FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1914. A WORTH-WHILE GIFT?Yon can make roar friends happy every dny In til's year by sending- them a Hubscrlptlon to THE! RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH Entered January 27, 1005, at Richmond, Vn., as ?econd-clp?B matter under act of Congress of Match 3, 1870. French Government Back In Capital THERE is an Impressive significance in the return of President Poincare, the French Cabinet and the members of the diplomatic corps from Bordeaux to Paris. It proves the strength of the French conviction that the German onslaught has reached its crest, and from now on is certain to ebb. Three months ago German guns were thundering within sound of the French capi tal. Then came the dramatic counterattack, the swift retreat of the Invaders and their decisive defeat in the battle of the Marne, followed by a further retreat close to the Belgian frontier. Now the government feels sufficiently se cure to end its period of exile and return to t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

Household Interests SOCIETY Personal Notes VIRS. J. BERNARD ROBB ENTERTAINS AT CARDS Given by Mrs. David Harris Leake to Honor of Mrs. Taylor I Carter. [ Two Informal affairs of interest 1gaged the attention of society yes ?jrday afternoon. Mrs. J. Bernard lohb entertained Informally at cardx h, * 3:30 o'clock at her handsome country i 'Hldence on the River Road In honor ?f Mrs. Richard T. Piatt, who is visit ing her* parents. Judge and Mrs. Bever ley T. Crump, in this city. There were our tables playing, and refreshments v?re served after the game was con ?luded. Decorations were in white hrysanthemums. Mrs. Taylor Carter was the guest of lonor at a small tea yesterday after joon nt 5 o'clock, at which her cousin. ?Irs. David Harris Leake, of 909 Floyd Avenue, was hostess. A number of 'rlends were invited In for tea with Mrs. Leake and Mrs. Carter. lfTnlrs of To-Day. Miss Frances Bemlss Is giving a irnall dinner this evening at her home, 117 East Grace Street. In honor of Miss IKnn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

THIRTY MEN RRC UIB OFF BY ASSOCIATED CHARITIES No More AVood to Re Smved, and Need of Their Families Is Pressing. fiEM) APPEAL. TO DR. BUCHANAN ?Abie - Bodied Men Walk Streets in Search of Work?Contributions .. Sent The Times-Dispatch Will.Be Promptly Acknowledged. Contributions Received John I?. Toirnnvtlle, X. C 9 3 00 M. n 5 00 ("itsh R 00 T. A. T %. ? lO 00 John FocitP 10 OO < . It. (iiitlirle 2 00 A. O... I OO 13. C . Ilrvnn 1 OO t'nHli 2 (Ml llccclvod Dpfrmlicr lO 30 OO I'rcvloiixl.v nrknonlrilRrd fS40 00 Total *270 OO Rerause all the cordwood he had on ?diand liiid been sawed and split. Dr. Vnmes Buchanan, general secretary of Lthe Associated Charities, had to lay off -thirty men yesterday, and was puzzled 3Vhat to do with tweqty new appll nits, who appeared early in the morn 2)i>r and asked for work to do. He fi lially got hold of some more wood, and jTho new applicants were put to work,. Jtr. Buchanan believing it better to di vide the work so that all might have .ii ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

Southern Commercial Congress to Consider Matter in Washington To-Morrow. PROMINENT MEN ON PROGRAM Definite Plan to Finance Movement to Bring Desirable Colonists to Agricultural Sections of South to Be Discussed. Further progress in the movement launched by Governor Stuart to colo nize Belgians In the agricultural dis tricts of Virginia may rcautt from the Immigration Conference of the South ern Commercial Congress, which Is to convene IrT Washington to-morrow. Governor Stuart will attend {he ses sions, and It Is probable that he will discuss the dotalls of the colonization Plan suggested by him some weeks ago. Altalrs of state have kept the Governor no busily occupied that ho . has 'not had time to work out the HchCmo In detail. At the conference In Washington the Virginia executive will meet some of tho most eminent au thorities on problems relating to 1m i migration and the colonizing of brim grants In America. Among the dele gates to the Southern Commercial Con gress are many gov...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

STRONG TONE IN BONDS; DECLINE IN DEWS Falling Off on 8tock Exchange From $1,058,000 on Wednesday to $1,317,000. GERMANY NEGOTIATING LOAN? j Rumors That $10,000,000 Secured at 0 Per Cent?Stocks in Good De mand Through Clearing-House. Tendency Toward Conservatism. MY HKOADAX WALL. NEW YORK. December 10.?Dealings In bonds on the Stock Bxchanco to-day fell to ILSl'.OOO against Jl.6oS.000 on Wednesday, but the tone was strong. Missouri Pacific collateral trust 4's rose to 42 on a continuation of Rood buying. Missouri Kansas and Texas Issue* woro In ? demand, the firsts, after selling ut 77. were j 7R bid. The seconds sold at o.'i and closed at 60 bid. St. Louis and Southwestern 1st I 4's. which sold at 74 last week, were 77 bid. ! International Mercantile .Marine 4'^ s i gained H at $>H on Philadelphia buying. ! oenver refunding 4's sold at 42-v?. the Ini- j provement In this Issue reflecting the set- ! tleir.ent of the Colorado strike. Consolidated i Gas 6's were heavy, declining to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 11 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH YEAR >MITT.EDLY THHJ BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. VICIiEPHONK YOVll WANTS TO, THE TIMES-DISPATCH ANDOLPU 1 1 UANDOIiPn WANT AD. HATES. AII.Y, one cant a word when paid In ad vance. No ad. taken for lens than 14 cents. JNDAY, one and one-half cent* a word for ill classified ad*, except Situations Wanted it ono cent a word. No ad. taken for less lhan 16 cent*. 0 ADS. taken for less than 25 cents when charged or phoned In. Phoned orders not guaranteed. Classifications not guaranteed after ?:SQ p. M. LOST AND FOUND OST, a black, white and tan female | setter. Any Information received will i > rewarded. Louis Washer, 3308 Wil- | misburg Avenue. City. OUND?Handsome female bird dog. Send description to Times-Dispatch. . Y. 2. OST, between Splllings's Jewelry j ? Btoro and Five and Ten-Cent stort ird case containing term pass J-35 on 'ashlngton and Southern It. It. Mrs. f. L. Campbell. Al.so small amount of ish. Return to manager of Cohen Co. EWAR...

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